My work, as a whole, is about attending to certain ordinary but oft-overlooked things that define our experience of the world. The subject matter of my paintings and prints varies widely, from cityscapes to landscapes to local trees and birds to human figures. What the different series have in common is an intentional tarrying with the objects, people, images, and scapes that figure prominently on the limited horizon of my life.
I live and work in Charlottesville, VA, where I currently teach ethics at the University of Virginia. I was trained as an oil painter, but more recently I have been working in a variety of media including gouache and ink, acrylic, watercolor pencil, as well as photography and collage.
For more information about me and my process, please visit my blog.
2014 PhD, University of Virginia, Religious Studies
2006 MDiv, Regent College, University of British Columbia
2002 BA, Wake Forest University, Religion and Studio Art
2016 "Oak and Locust," Mezzanine Gallery, New Dominion Bookshop, Charlottesville, VA
2011 "The Life of a Gesture," The Garage, Charlottesville, VA
2010 "The City in Which I Love You," Mezzanine Gallery, New Dominion Bookshop, Charlottesville, VA
2007 "The Possibility of Crows," novel., Charlottesville, VA
2006 "Home," Java Java, Charlottesville, VA
GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS
2016 "Dappled Things," The Garage, Charlottesville, VA
2014 New City Arts Artist Exchange, Charlottesville, VA
2011 Space 38/39, International Arts Movement, New York, NY
2010 "Feast," New City Arts Collaborative Exhibit, NPR/WVTF Studio, Charlottesville, VA
2008 Emerging Artists Exhibit, Sage Moon Gallery, Charlottesville, VA
2006 Regent College Group Exhibit, Lookout Gallery, Vancouver, BC